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welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm vince vitrano.and - i'm susan kim.we want to start with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian gotter. much of southeastern wisconsin is waking up to this morning with temperatures in the 30s. frost will quickly melt away as the sun rises above. an abundance of sunshine and a south wind will help bump temperatures back above 60 degrees by this
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incident free incident freedry roadstraffic building on the roads speeds at or above posted for most of the interstate full closure i-41 south at watertown plank at 10 tonight until sunday
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right now this morning...a joint investigation by the associated press and the u-s-a today network finds a child is every other day. we've seen our fair share of these tragic shootings here in milwaukee.just a few weeks ago, police say a 4-year-old boy living on the city's northside accidentally shot and killed himself after getting his hands on the gun. and just before that a 6-year-old accidentally shot his 9-year-old brother while they were playing in the yard. however in that case, the 9-year-old survived. adults have been charged in both cases.the report out this
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shootings like these ones happen most often in homes were adults legally own a handgun for self-protection. happening now greenfield police are looking for a man who is targeting elderly people in parking garages.and police have a clear picture of the guy they want want to bring in. ann sterling is live with more to tell you who this man is-- and what ?you should look out for. this guy has targeted elderly people three times in the past 2 weeks.according to detectives -- surveillance picture shows a man using stolen credit cards belonging to the victims.come to your tv and take a look at this man. police say in all three cases, the victims are in their 70s and 80s and they were robbed as they were pulling into their parking garages.police say.. the gunman followed a woman into her parking garage on 92nd st. and offered to
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instead he took off with her wallet.not far away -- the robber hit again --- this time police say he followed an 85-year-old man and his wife into a garage on layton ave. according to police, he told the victim he had a gun and to hand over his wallet or he would kill his wife.the man hit the gunman with his cane and the threw the man to the ground.the next assault -- happened at an assisted living facility on south prairie hill lane. the man approached the woman in the garage and asked her for help. he then put a gun to her back and according to investigators threatened to "blow her head off." detetectives someone will reconize this guy. police are hoping tips will lead to arrest in string of robberies police in bayview still searching for suspects after a string of vandalism to vehicles. police say surveillance video is helping them identify the people responsible for shattering car windows at the bayview terrace condo complex. 10 cars were hit there.. but 40 were
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tuesday. police in kenosha continue to investigate after the bomb squad is called twice in the same week. it turns out the bombs were actually airbags. one was found taped to a railroad crossing.. the other on a bench in an industrial park. the sheriff says airbags can cause damage and injuries. the sheriff's office is urging the public to call if they see suspcious activity. decision 2016. the state election comission is meeting today in madison... to decide how to proceed with absentee ahead of next month's election. the ballots were sent in through the mail. but some information is missing. pete zervakis is live with more if you vote absentee throough the mail in next month's election someone has to witness the ballot. a new state law requires that witness provide an address on what's called the "absentee certificate envelope" before
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but some absentee ballots have been mailed in without witnesses having written down their full addresses. there's several hundred such cases here in milwaukee. right now: those ballots won't be counted unless the missing information is added. clerks around wisconsin are now asking the state election comission if they can step in and do it. the current policy says they cannot -- unless the voter is contacted and provides his or her permission to do so.the state election comission will discuss whether to change that today. its members are also set to vote on what formally consitutes a full adress... which is what the law says an absentee ballot witness is required to provide. it's likely the comission will set in stone the address must include a house number, street name and name of town.. and name of street name and name of town.. but apartment numbers, state names, and zip codes - are not going to be required. live...pz... tmj4
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department of veterans affairs secretary will announce a new veteran suicide prevention initiative later this morning. the goal is to help people identify veterans who may be contemplating suicide. that's being held at the country springs hotel in pewaukee at 8:15 this morning. packer fans, green bay police are seeing an uptick of fake tickets.several fans were stuck outside lambeau after buying pho sunday night's game against the giants.best way to keep from falling victim... avoid sites like craigslist and stick to official sources like the nfl ticket exchange. october is national domestic violence awareness month.to help raise awareness, today's tmj4 has partnered with the sojourner family peace center for a phone bank.volunteers from sojourner will be taking calls to help victims of domestic violence or anyone who knows someone who needs help.the phone bank will be
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four to seven p-m. if you have any unwanted household chemicals lying around like bleach or paint... you can easily get rid of them today and tomorrow. m-m-s-d is holding a free collection at state fair park by gate eight today from 11 until two. they're also holding it tomorrow from eight in the morning unitl two in the afternoon. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--how you can see members of the u-s women's gymnastics team up close and personal later tonight.then -- doctors warning of the dangers of a new trend that's popping up at college campuses nationwide.. today how a family of seven is helping others get a better educationplus - the latest treatments for varicose veins. the morning blend starts at
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when good, clean food comes to the door, do your best to contain your excitement. or office in milwaukee.
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when good, clean food comes to the door, do your best to contain your excitement. now delivering to your home or office in milwaukee. panera. food as it should be. united healthcare of teaming up to raise awareness about food insecurity. according to feeding america... 13-percent of the neighborhoods in eastern wisconsin are food insecure. a "dinners on us" event will be held today from 11 until 1:30 at northcott neighborhood house in members of the u-s gymnastics team.. otherwise known as "the final five" are in milwaukee tonight as part of an ongoing tour. simone biles, gabby douglas and aly raisman will
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tonight at seven 60 area kids will get the chance to learn basketball from the milwaukee bucks this afternoon. bucks guard matthew dellavedova is holidng a clinic for kids from the journey house as part of the league's junior nba initiative. the rim rockers will also put on a dunking demonstration. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--a certain type of cancer joins the list of diseases related to obesity.. also-- what doctors are saying this morning about a disturbing trend sweeping college
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breaking news this morning. -a live shot from a houston highway where an 18 wheeler, carrying a family of 3, a
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slammed into a concrete pillar and burst into flames.. the 5-year old boy and his 2-year- old brother suffered burns and other injuries.the older brother actually pulled his little brother from the fiery crash.the boys' father was killed in the wreck.deputies say the family was on their way to galveston, texas where they were moving to a new home. we'll continue to we'll continue to follow this morning as we learn more about what in today's health...a new study links liver cancer to the related diseases.leading cancer researchers found as an adult's body mass index and waist circumference increased ... so did their risk of liver cancer.people with type two diabetes were also more likely to be diagnosed with the disease. a new disturbing binge drinking trend is sweeping college campuses across the country."drunkorexia" is when a person will skip meals, workout extra hard, then take laxatives or make themselves
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faster or to avoid gaining weight. but.. some students say it's scary. and that's acceptable.""first time partiers or freshman don't really know what it's like, and then they kind of like, socialize themselves to thinking that's okay and that's acceptable."one of the big concerns with drunkorexia is that people can become vitamin-deficient, and that can lead to nerve and brain damage. now to your weather and meteorologist brian niznansky. much of southeastern wisconsin is waking up to some frost this morning with temperatures in the 30s. frost will quickly melt away as the sun rises
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sunshine and a south wind will help bump temperatures back above 60 degrees by this afternoon. all in all, it looks like it will be a fantastic fall day. with a warm front passing through, tonight won't chilly. lows will be around 50 under mainly clear skies.the warming trend continues right into the weekend. we'll see quite a bit of cloud cover on
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temperatures will climb near 70. there is a chance of showers and thunderstorms saturday night and into sunday morning. most of sunday should be dry as well with partly cloudy 70 degrees. we continue to warm on monday with highs
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incident free building on the roads speeds at or above posted for most of the interstate except at 894 northbund hale to the zoo slow
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happening today: construction on a new park and ride in waukesha county-- will begin. it's happening off county p-- south of i-94 in the village of summit. when it's finished, the lot will have 150 parking tonight, senator ron johnson and his opponent russ feingold will meet for the first of two debates .the marquette law school poll has shown feingold with lead since the beginning of the race ... however .. the st gaining groundtonight's debate is at 7 o'clock right here on tmj-4. raw emotion on the campaign trail, from donald trump - now in full defense mode over allegations of sexual misconduct.he'll once again be in wisconsin on monday, with stops in green bay and west allis.meanwhile, president obama, pinning blame on republicans and first lady michelle obama - outraged by trump's comments about women. we get more this morning from
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(sot: first lady michelle obama/ no super :00-:10) "enough is enough! this has got to stop right now!"hillary clinton's most powerful voice.. in disbelief over donald trump's words about women.(sot: first lady michelle obama/ no about this. it has shaken me to my core."{wip} "it is cruel. it's frightening. and the truth is it hurts."clinton tweets: "i'm in awe. thanks for putting into words what's in so many of our hearts." (columbus, ohio :34-:39) president obama blames republicans for acting too late:(sot: president barack obama/ no super :38-:51)"don't act like this started with donald trump. he did take it to a whole new level. i got to
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come out of nowhere."(trump natsot, "it's a disgrace...") trump... fighting fire with fire - vehemently denying accusations by five women - unverified by nbc:(sot: donald presidential nominee 1:00-1:11) "i never met these people. i don't know who they are, they are made up stories, filed right before the election, right before the election." {wip} "this is a conspiracy against you, the american people."new polls show trump's down five points in north carolina... tied in ohiotwo of the focusing on.. to win. the other the other two:
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj 4 --sony is giving consumers the chance to jump into a virtual reality world with its new gaming accessory. also-- a look at some of the coolest new tech features in vehicles as 20-17 models start to hit showroom floors.
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you know, seven hundred thousand dollars in the scheme approve this message. of things... is a pretty reasonable compensation level. ron johnson paid himself seven hundred thousand dollars a year. all told, he took a ten million dollar corporate payout then moved to washington. where he fights against even the existence of any federal minimum wage. millions for him. not even $7.25 an hour for us. senator ron johnson. for big corporate interests,
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in today's tech...sony is hoping playstation's new virtual reality headset willhelp continue the strong momentum its gaming unit has been seeing amid a slowdown in other devices such as smartphones.the launch will be a big test for mass market appeal of v-r experiences at home.the 399 dollar headset operates through the playstation 4 gaming new 20-17 vehicles are hitting the lots.. and they're packed with technology.some models have cameras and sensors for blindspot warnings, forward collision alerts and even automatic brakes. chrysler's pacifica also features a parent-friendly built in vacuum. winter weather brings pesky potholes... but the new ford fusion aims to prevent to drop so far""its got an active suspension that can actually tell when a wheel is
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far"experts in the auto industry say rear cameras will be standard in cars by 20- up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4 -- targeting seniors.. why police in greenfield need your help finding the man they say is responsible.also-- murder charges filed in connection with two men reported missing
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illinois' calling. calling the makers. the doers. e-of-a-kind, to common fare. calling the endlessly curious, and the boundary pushers. those who would rather make the most of their precious vacation days. this land is illinois. and its calling everyone, everywhere who's up for amazing.
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now at 6:30-- then -- hundreds of thousands of hondas being recalled.the models affected and the problem that could turn deadly if not fixed. welcome to live at daybreak. it's i'm susan kim.and - i'm
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with a check of your weather and traffic together with meteorologist brian niznansky. much of southeastern wisconsin is waking up to some frost this morning with temperatures in the 30s. frost will quickly melt away as the sun rises above. an abundance of sunshine and a south wind will help bump temperatures back above 60
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incident freedry roadstraffic building on the roads speeds at or above posted for most of the interstate 894 northbound very slow drive times growing worse police need your help this morning to get a man off the street. they say a robber is targeting senior citizens in a place where those seniors should feel safe -- their parking garages.ann sterling is live at the greenfield police department-- with
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this guy has targeted elderly people three times in the past 2 weeks.according to detectives -- this clear surveillance picture shows a man using stolen credit cards belonging to the victims.come to your tv and take a look at this man. police say in all three cases, the victims are in their 70s and 80s and they were robbed as they were pulling into their parking garages.police say.. the gunman followed a woman into her parking garage on 92nd st. and offered to help her with her groceries -- instead he took off with her wallet.not far away -- the robber hit again --- this time police say he followed an 85-year-old man and his wife into a garage on layton ave. according to police, he told the victim he had a gun and to hand over his wallet or he would kill his wife.the man hit the gunman with his cane and the robber then threw the man to the ground.the next assault -- happened at an assisted living facility on south prairie hill lane. the man approached the woman in the garage and asked her for help. he then put a gun to her
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investigators threatened to "blow her head off." detetectives are hoping someone will reconize this guy. police are hoping tips will lead to arrest in string of robberies a man accused of murdering his boss and then hiding his body at the young urban jazz cafe is formally charged.what comes to you19:50:44- i hope you realize the damage that you have done to not only me, but th you hurt you hurt a lot of people and i just hope that justice is served and you get you get what comes to you 19:51:03 jason small is charged with intentional homicide and possession of a firearm by a felon. he's accused of shooting throwing away surveilence
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tak ke a l thiatsusp menonellfashe took off in an older maroon 4-door ?? who she is, give police a call. happeng right now: drivifisho35 list because of parking brake problems. faure awaffects some of ck the 20-16 civic coupes and if you have one of these cars.. you should notified
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departments can meet with anyone who wants to attend. the first meeting was last friday at 48th and center. stamper says he can answer questions about city services... and the current process of deliberating the city budget. stamper hopes the meetings on the block attract people that otherwise wouldn't be able to make it to city hall... and even some who might see what's going on and
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this evening at 50th and clark. live...pz... last week of the regular season in high school football... and the friday frezny has you covered...our elise menaker is at big match-up on the south side tonight... greendale taking on the rockets at south milwaukee. we'll have new berlin eisenhower at shorewood messmer. big battle on the north shore... homestead visiting cedarburg.should be good ariel viewing as as well..ch chopper four over waukesha north as the tarsnorths welcome catholic memorial. we'll also have brookfield central at menomonee falls. all your scores and highlights tonight at hundreds turned out for the annual 'safe and sound' awards fundraiser. the organization recognized several people for helping make their neighborhood a better place. they included marquette president mike lovell and milwaukee county chief judge maxine white. also included... resident and youth leaders,
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up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--bucky takes on brutus in primetime tomrrow night.. what you need to know ahead of the big game.then -- a fun event that combines halloween fun and learning
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e-s-p-n's college gameday returns to camp randall -- for saturday's match up against the ohio state buckeyes. the gameday crew hasn't made a stop in madison in five years -- that's when the badgers knocked off the nebraska cornhuskers. good omen? kick-off is at seven p-m. the packers looking to keep this season's undefeated streak at lambeau intact on sunday when they host the dallas cowboys.green bay has beat dallas the last five times they've played each other.eddie lacy is hoping to be back out on the field after leaving last week's game against the giants with an ankle injury.kickoff is at 3-25. the 23rd annual halloween glen at hawthorne glen, kicks off
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recreation.halloween glen encourages kids to learn about nature through a fun and interactive program. halloween glen runs ever half hour starting at 5:45 p-m all the way until eight. it runs 4:30 p-m to 7:15 tomorrow night. cost is six dollars per person. kids two and under are and if you're wondering when trick-or-treat is in your community.. we've got you covered. head on over to tmj-4 dot com for a comprehensive trick-or-treat guide filled with dates and times based on location. that's available at tmj-4 dot com slash fall. up next-- on live at daybreak on today's tmj4the man accused of setting off two bombs in separate states enters a plea in court..then -- the latest on hurricane nicole as it rips through parts of bermuda..
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just into our newsroom-- vio-- usn thwa just cleared an is moving agai nowwe're getting new details about what texas officials say a father and his two sons were in that big rig, lost control, amme topillar and the hicle burst in flam. arboy tually pulled his 2-year-old brother from the burning vehicle and saved his life. the father didn't survive. we're told miwas moving when this tragic accident happened. no word on what caused the crash. beyo wisconsin.. ahmad rahami.. the man accused of setting off bombs in new york and new jersey last month has pleaded not guilty. rahami is charged with five counts of
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officer and other weapon offenses. he also faces federal charges in connection with the new york bombings. former hedge fund manager and parmaceutical c-e-o martin shkreli is scheduled for a pre-trial conference later mount a defense of "reliance on counsel" that he was acting on the advice of his former lawyer.. when he allegedly looted a company he was head of to pay off hurricane nicole has after g roarinacross bermuda.. bus.winds upo 11 les r hour swept through the islandefore the storm spun back across open water. it left behind flooding and power outages for more than 27-thousand customers. now to your weather and traffic together... with meteorologist brian niznansky. much of southeastern wisconsin is waking up to some frost
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in the 30s. frost will quickly melt away as the surises above. an abundance of sunshine and a south wind will help bump temperatures back above 60 degrs by afternoon. all in all, it looks like it will be a fantastic fall day. with a warm front passing through,
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chilly. lows will be around 50 under mainly clear skies.the warming trend continues right into the weekend. we'll see quite a bit of cloud cover on saturday but we should stay dry during the y and temperatures will climb near
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showers and thunderstorms saturday night and morning. most should be dry as well with partly cloudy skies and highs around 70 degrees. we continue to warm on monday with highs approaching incidentreedry roadsquiet abposted fficspeeds at or in today's money...we're going to be paying more to heat our homes this winter.the energy department says household bills from october through march are likely to be higher for all four main heating fuels... natural gas, electricity, heating oil and
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last year with more mild temperatur, but this winter is predicted to be much colder. office depot joins the growing number of stores staying closed on thanksgiving.the office supplies chain says shoppers will still be able to get deals online on its website, but s stores won't op until black friday at 6 a.m. starbucks introduces a new drink that brings coffee and beer together.it's called the espresso cloud i-p-a.it's made by shaking espresso over with orange pieces and vanilla. the foam is then layered on top of an i-p-a after it's poured.the beer is served with the cold-shake espresso shot on the side. today playboy magazine will be available on the i-tunes app and google play stores.readers can pay either $5.99 for one issue through the app or subscribe for the year for $19.99.this comes as the magazine is trying to transition towards a younger audience and a men's lifestyle
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playboy debuted another first by ditching nu in it pages. stilahead on live at daybreak-- a final check of your ather and traffic together... and the four things you need to know as you head out the door.including... this guy:do you recognize him? what he'accused of doing,
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now it's time for your "four to know" this morning.we start with ann sterling... she's got new information about a robbery suspect targeting seniors this guy has targeted elderly people three times in the past 2 weeks.according to detectives -- this clear rveillance picture shows a man using st c belonging to the victims.come to your tv and take a look at this man. police say in all three cases, the victims are in their 70s and 80s and they were robbed as they were pulling into their parking garages.police say.. the gunman followed a woman into her parking garage on 92nd st. and offered to help her with her groceries -- instead he took off with inead he instead he took off with her wallet.not far away -- the robber hit again --- this time police say he followed an 85-year-old man and his wife into a garage on layton ave. according to police, he told the victim he had hand over his would kill the man hit with his cane robber then to the the next happened at living south
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gun to her according to threatened to head off." detetectives are hoping reconize this police are will lead to string of a joint investigation by the associated press and the u-s-a today network finds a child is killed by accidental gunfire every other day in the u-s. we've seen our fair share of these tragic shootings here in milwaukee. just a few weeks ago, police say a 4-year-old boy living on the city's northside accidentally shot and killed himself after getting his hands on the mayor tom barrett will testify to the wisconsin elections commission about absentee voting later today. a new state law to provide an address on what's called the "absentee certificate envelope" before it's mailed in. some absentee ballots have been mailed in without witnesses having written down their full addresses. donald trump will be in green bay monday before making a stop at state fair park in west allis. none of wisconsin's top republicans will be there. senator ron johnson cited "prior engagements" while paul ryan and governor walker will be out of state. hillary clinton
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much of much of southeastern wisconsin is waking up to some frost this morning with in the 30s. frost will quickly melt away as the sun rises above. an abundance of sunshine and a south wind will help bump temperatures back above 60 degrees by this afternoon. see you in 25 minutes for see
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see you in 25 minutes for your next eck on weather and
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good morning. one-two punch. first lady michelle obama delivers a stinging and emotional takedown of donald trump over his alleged treatment of women. >> it is cruel. it's frightening. and the truth is, it hurts. >> as the president slams republicans blaming them for trump's rise. >> they've been feeding their base all kinds of crazy for years. >> trump now lashing out at the women who claim they were targets of his unwanted advances. >> they're horrible, horrible liars. >> can the trump ticket bounce back from what's become an avalanche of accusations? we'll ask his running mate, governor mike pence, when he

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